“At the back of our minds we had always planned to make them available to the public.” Magazine In Touch claims Ms Kehm’s use of “we” has sparked hope the seven-time world champion could be involved in the decision-making process.The online publication wrote: “Even if speculating about his health doesn’t get us anywhere, we may still believe a little bit that the injured top athlete takes part in such decisions again.” The most decorated Formula One driver in history, Michael holds the records for the most career wins, the most wins in a season, the most career pole positions, the most consecutive world championships, the most consecutive race wins and many, many more.
She said: “Michael’s health is not a public issue, and therefore we will not comment on it.” Now the 48-year-old might be flown from his home in Switzerland to a brain trauma centre in Texas in the US after his wife Corinna "decided to try new care", according to Swedish newspaper Expressen and German magazine Bravo.
A brain injury specialist named Dr Mark Meeks is claimed to be a "new hope" for the driving legend.
Schumacher hits head on a rock while skiing in the exclusive French Alps resort of Mirabel, suffering a traumatic brain injury.
The sporting icon reportedly receives £115k-a-week care at a special medical facility at his Lake Geneva home and it is thought care cost have now exceed £20m.
MICHAEL Schumacher suffered a horrific brain injury while skiing in 2013 which left him in a medically induced coma for six months - leaving the world reeling.